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Bonsall C E (Aided) Primary School
Church Street, Matlock,DE4 2AE Bonsall
01629 822573


The first school in Bonsall was the Endowed School, built in 1717 by “Robert Ferne and others”.  In 1849 the “Parochial School” hall was built “for the education of children and adults or children only of the labouring, manufacturing and other poorer classes in the parish of Bonsall”, with the addition of Class Two’s room in 1887.

By 1895 the two schools were able to cater for 290 children with girls and infants in the present building, and boys at the Bottom School.  Class Three’s room was built in 1903 and when the new infant classroom was opened in 1960, at a cost of £7,000, the Endowed School closed and subsequently became the Village Hall.



The school believes that extra curricular activities and opportunities enrich a child’s learning experience.  To this end the school is committed to provide extra curricular opportunities as far as a small school is able. 

At present we provide a modern dance, recorders, chess, design and technology, art, football and netball. 

The aims and values of our school are:-

 ¨      To give children a happy school experience where they can recognise their achievements and develop a love of learning that will last. 

      We do this by ensuring every child feels happy and safe in school, and by assessing individual needs when planning the learning objectives.


¨      To have pupils who, at the end of every day, can say, “Today I

learned ..,”   

We do this by working hard at teaching and recognising that our pupils want to learn.


¨      To raise the confidence and self-esteem of all our children. 

       We do this by creating an atmosphere of “I can …,” and recognising and celebrating all achievements.


¨      To be an integral part of our village. 

      We do this by having a successful school that takes part in village activities and invites the community to take part in ours.


¨      To ensure that our children are prepared for their responsibilities as part of society. 

      We do this by teaching respect for others and challenging racist or sexist views.


¨      To ensure that our children maintain a sense of awe and wonder at the rich diversity of life on our planet.  

      We do this by teaching in a creative way a balanced curriculum that informs, raises questions, and accesses the immediate environment and beyond, and by instilling an appreciation of scientific discovery, the arts and the natural world.


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